"Relax if you can" - there couldn't be a better fitting slogan for Ischgl. Indeed, there is always something to do here. Every year several concerts are organised in the Tyrolean village, and it's a paradise for food lovers. Enjoy the large ski area stretching from Ischgl to Samnaun, a resort located on the other side of the Swiss-Austrian border and experience the lively après-ski afterwards for a well deserved drink!

Ischgl offers 238 kilometres of slopes which makes it one of the largest ski areas in Austria. All the slopes are connected by 45 modern lifts. Ischgl invests in its ski system annually and every year at least one lift is renewed. With seven ski routes and a great fun park that competes with the best fun parks in the world, Ischgl is a vibrant resort for skiing. Most slopes are pretty wide ,but more then enough of them offer challenges, even for experienced skiers.

Conquer the slopes with the help of Skimundi

In close proximity to Skimundi's partner ski school many beginner-friendly slopes can be found, which makes Ischgl a perfect destination for newcomers on the mountains. No matter what level of skiing you are on, Skimundi's partner strives to offer top quality ski lessons for everybody and with our partner's highly educated ski instructors, you will quickly learn how to master the slopes of Ischgl!


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Relax with a beer in the mountains of Ischgl

in Ischgl Après-ski is as important as the skiing itself. There are several large and renowned après-ski bars; the Kuhstal, the Fire & Ice, Trofana Alm and the Schatzi Bar to only name a few. Feel the Austrian atmosphere and enjoy a cold weissbeer or a hot jägertee with your friends after a great day of skiing!

Destination facts

40 km
Blue Slopes
164 km
Red Slopes
34 km
Black Slopes
Total Slopes 238 km
2872m
Top Altitude
1400m
Bottom Altitude
13
Drag lifts
25
Chair Lifts
7
Gondolas
16 Dec
Season Start
21 Apr
Season Finish